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. >> thanks, maria. >> thank you so much. robert reich joining us. >>> turning charitable promises into a reality. my conversation with president bill clinton about the economy, jobs, and innovation at the clinton global initiative. >>> and from clinton to bush. former first lady laura bush will join me to talk about life after the white house and her focus on women's education. as we take a break, take a look at how the stock market ended the week. >>> president clinton has been a busy man since he left the white house. he is turning promises inta reality, working with businesses and political leaders across the globe to improve lives after establishing the clinton global initiative to help realize change. this week i sat with him before a live audience at the cgi. we talked charity, taxes, and jobs. >> i think we have to target the areas where we know we can grow more jobs. we have to find ways to finance them and go where the money is. and we have to make sure we have people who can do those jobs. the areas that are most likely to produce big job growth are small business, becau
understands enough about the economy to get us back on a growth path. >> where do you think we are in this recovery? what is the danger ahead for the fourth quarter of the year end 2011, which we continue to hear we're still into the great recession? >> i don't see much growth ahead, maria. 1.6 annualized growth second quarter. i think the third quarter is going to be very similar. i don't see us growing fast enough, at least in the foreseeable future to bring unemployment down very much, if at all. it's not only going to have negative repercussions perhaps extending to 2012, but also the burden and pain in the population is enormous. you know, there is no secret to me why you have all this anger, this bitterness, this frustration, this anxiety expressing itself in a politics of resentment. that's what has happened every time in our history when you get so many people so concerned about their jobs. >> if the bush tax cuts expire for those making more than $250,000 a year, what kind of an impact would you expect on consumer spending, incentives to the business community to creat
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